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Lv 5
david asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 2 months ago

So, I'm a little confused here. If some 74 million people voted for the incumbent, but 81 million people voted for the insurgent, who won?

When your own "HAND PICKED" election officials and court justices said the election was fair, and you've presented no "EVIDENCE" of fraud, ....

Please note: "conjecture" and "evidence" are two different words which mean two different things.

4 Answers

  • Bryce
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Joe Biden won.  Donald Trump and the insurgents should be held accountable for their actions and charged with sedition and prosecuted.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    not a homework question.......................................

  • 2 months ago

    US presidential elections have two components: the popular vote and the electoral vote.  A candidate can lose the popular vote but still become president because of the electoral college system. This has happened on 5 occasions in US history (most recently in 2016 and previously in 2000).

    Most people don't realize on election day they're voting for the state electors, who go on to vote in December of the same election year.

    But directly to your point, I couldn't agree more. There was no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Biden won the election fair and square. Trump showed (yet again) how selfish and immature he truly is.

  • 2 months ago

    Our presidential elections don't work that way.  The electoral votes are what count.

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